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FY 2006/2007 Research Topic: 4-01
Vietnam's "State and Society" in the Doi Moi period


This research project aims to identify issues related to the relationship between the state and society in Vietnam in the Doi Moi period. Doi Moi, a process of building and modernizing the country, has had a major impact on modern Vietnam. Looking at this process, one encounters many aspects that involve the relationship between the state and society, such as cooperation, conflicts, etc., in various fields. Therefore, through studying the relationship between the state and society, we expect to be able to reach a deeper understanding on the characteristics of Doi Moi, and of Vietnam.


April 2005 - March 2007


Members of the Research Project

FURUTA Motoo (Professor, University of Tokyo)
TAKEUCHI Ikuo (Assosiate Professor, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
IWAI Misaki (Assosiate Professor, Kanda University of International Studies)
NAKANO Ari (Assistant Professor, Waseda University)